Christopher Isherwood began living with the photographer William "Bill" Caskey. In the two traveled to South America. Isherwood wrote the prose and Caskey took the photographs for a 1949 book about their journey entitled The Condor and the Cows.
The lesbian blues singers of 1920s Harlem: How speakeasies and underground jazz bars became a home-from-home for New York's 'sexual deviants'
Marsha P. Johnson (born Malcolm Johnson) was one of the well known drag queens who led the fight for gay rights during the Stonewall Riots of After the success of the rebellion, Marsha P. Johnson and her friends formed S.
Dirk Bogarde served in WW II - commissioned into the Queen's Royal Regiment in He reached the rank of Captain and served in both the European and Pacific Theaters as an intelligence officer. He served 5 years and was awarded 7 medals.